(This is the scene from BC, September 2005)
I am pretty happy with the results. What I would do differently is to make sure that there are no crystal residues on the fabric so that the whole image is sharp. There was very little fading after washing. My printer though was not so happy. 9 postcard sized images used up half of the ink in my cartridges which I think is a very expensive proposition. It took a while to convince the Epson that I did not have a paper jam when I wanted to use it again. I probably would pay for the photo-printing on fabric at a shop after I am done playing with my solution.
(This is a photo taken at the Guelph Butterfly Conservatory in June 2009)
I also made a bookmark for a swap, using one of the fabric photo-prints.
refer to Part 1